Chapter_10_Memory_Moodle

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 12/7/10 Memory Components, Forgetting, and 12/7/10 Memory Structure  Definition of memory: The capacity to remember information about past events or knowledge Tulving (1985) Memory is the capacity that permits organisms to benefit from past experiences 12/7/10 Memory Structure  Two functional systems Working memory Long-term memory  Memory functions Storage of information Retrieval of information 12/7/10 Two-Component Memory Model  Working memory Subsystems:  Phonological loop  Visuospatial sketchpad  Central executive  Long-Term memory Subsystems: 12/7/10 Working Memory  Short-term memory processes Sensory processes Perceptual processes Attentional processes  Is involved in all situations requiring temporary manipulation and storage of information  Function Enables people to respond immediately 12/7/10 Working Memory  Duration 20-30 sec before losing parts of info  Processed  Rehearsal  Capacity 7 (2) Can be increased 12/7/10...
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